Chinese Green Onion Pancakes

Green Onion Pancakes, or congyoubing in Chinese (蔥油餅), are a traditional snack that can still be found on the streets of China today. Made from flour, green onions (scallions) and water, these layered, crispy, thin pancakes are quick and easy to make–though greasy–and make a great breakfast or snack food. As someone who enjoys cooking…

Onigirazu (Cabinet Cookery)

Onigirazu is a rice ball that one does not need to roll in their hands, or touch the filling, as it is wrapped in seaweed wrap. The end result is a sandwich-like onigiri, or rice ball. The making of this is very recent, having first appeared in 1990 in the manga “Cooking Papa”. Like many…

Acovado Shrimp Salad

I came upon this Easy Avacado + Tomato Salad recipe a couple years ago, while browsing YouTube. I love avocados and eat them whenever I can splurge. Having tried the original recipe years ago, I admit I don’t like big chunky pieces of onions, which are called for. I have never been a fan of onions,…

Potato Stew from the Early 20th Century

Brrr it’s getting cold out! Which means this is the perfect time to make a soup or stew. Last winter, when I decided to start my video-making journey, I filmed a how-to-cook-potato-stew video. And I had forgotten all about it! Thankfully I had the footages saved onto my laptop. Why not share it now?! For…

Victorian Kedgeree

This dish of rice, fish, and curry is believed to have been brought from India to the United Kingdom during the reign of Queen Victoria. Kedgeree, as it’s called, was developed during the British Raj in India. This period in which the British Crown ruled the Indian subcontinent would last from 1858 to 1947. Today,…